About Boswell Hutson

I’m Boswell Anthony Hutson…and I have 3 last names (kind of).  I’m a Junior, I major in Classics, and I look forward to a bright future of unemployment and underachieving.  I’m from The Cell and that’s pretty much all you need to know.

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Monday Mixer

It’s been a while since I’ve posted one of these. Everyone’s Monday needs a little boost, so listen to these songs from my tape-deck, and maybe your Monday will suck a little less. It’s worth a shot, at least. And coffee – you’re gonna want some coffee, too. Donnie Trumpet & The Social Experiment – […]

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Chvrches – Live at Pygmalion Music Festival 2014 (Interview)

This weekend, WPGU’s Boswell Hutson got to sit down with Scottish electro-pop trio CHVRCHES before their performance headlining Champaign’s Pygmalion Music Festival, to talk about music, Scotland, couches and collaborations. Check it out! Boswell Hutson (WPGU): You guys are arguably one of most explosive bands of 2014. It’s only been a year since The Bones of […]

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Coldplay – Ghost Stories (Review)

Whether it be due to massive album sales, flashy collaborations, some of the world’s most lucrative tours or even Chris Martin’s gargantuan celebrity personal life, Coldplay is arguably deserving of the title “Biggest Band In The World”. Having sold out arenas from Brazil to Glasgow, the quartet from London, England have displayed a mature contentment […]

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HAIM – Live in Nottingham (Interview)

(Pictured Above: Danielle Haim, Alana Haim, and Este Haim) When I came abroad to study in London, I figured the opportunities to see bands live would  perhaps be greater than it was back home in Champaign-Urbana, but so far the live music I’ve gotten to take in here has been insane.  A week ago, today, […]

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Phantogram – Voices (Review)

Back in 2010, when Phantogram was but a small duo signed to Barsuk Records and touring the country in support of their first album Eyelid Movies, I had the privilege to catch them at an in-store concert at the record store where I worked throughout high school. The crowd was made up of about 15 […]

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Monday Mixer

When I was in high school, I made mixtapes for every month. My car didn’t have an iPod hook-up so it was pretty much the only way to keep fresh tunes flowing through the car. By the end of the month, I’d get sick of all 15 of the songs and archive the CD in […]

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